Top news of the week March 21-26, 2016
Australian LNG player Woodside and its partners have decided not to move ahead with the multi-billion Browse FLNG project at this time due to the current economic and market environment.
Veresen said it has finalized commercial terms with Jera for liquefaction capacity at Jordan Cove LNG terminal that has recently been denied its application by FERC.
Chevron’s Angola LNG and EDF Trading, a unit of EDF, said they have entered into a sales deal for the delivery of liquefied natural gas.
Japanese gas utility Toho Gas said Friday it signed a 10-year contract to buy liquefied natural gas from Malaysia’s Petronas.
Teekay’s first LNG carrier to be equipped with dual fuel MEGI engines was recently delivered to US-based LNG player Cheniere.
LNG World News Staff